Alabama Theatre
Barefoot Landing
4750 Hwy. 17 South
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Main 800-342-2262
Work 843-272-1111

“One – The Show”…Critically acclaimed the most spectacular musical show on the East Coast.

Alabama Theatre, voted #1 Live Theatre By Myrtle Beach Locals and Visitors, has been featured over the years on all major networks, and is the only theatre in Myrtle Beach to be a question on the popular game show Jeopardy. Producer, Gaylord Entertainment, makes significant changes to the production each year, and the Alabama Theatre professionals deliver an incredible entertainment experience to audiences night after night. It’s everything from Country, Rock, Gospel, Pop, Broadway, and plenty of great family comedy. The audience will recognize new and past chart topping songs of America’s favorite music and be wowed by new Broadway production numbers. The talented entertainers, costumes and special effects will make you feel like you are in New York or Las Vegas.

As always, the charm of emcee and featured vocalist Greg Rowles will make audiences feel at home each night. The NEW 2010 production of One The Show features two huge production numbers that open both the first and second half of the show as well as many other new songs and costumes throughout the show. Also, returning is one of the funniest guys in the country. Grant Turner’s Ricky Mokel has become a crowd favorite and the audiences hang on every word. As one of our recent theatre patrons said, “three generations of my family laughed until we cried”. So, if you want an evening filled with song, dance, and laughter the Alabama Theatre is the place where you will want to be with your family and friends. For tickets call 843-272-1111.


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